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Land Manager
 
Title: Land Manager
Category: Construction
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £54,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Description:
The timing to join Network Homes couldn’t be better. We are building brand new head offices in the heart of the new development in Wembley. We are an award-winning business with over 40 years’ experience and currently manage over 20,000 homes in London, Hertfordshire and the South East with a target to deliver 1000 new homes each year. Our vision to open possibilities for as many people as we can, by continuing to grow a forward-thinking, service driven and financially strong organisation that builds, sells, rents and manages good homes in thriving communities.

We are looking for a Land Manager to manage land and new business opportunities through the acquisition and planning process including land-led opportunities, package deals and S106 schemes. The succesful candidate will also be expected to identify new development opportunities, taking them through appraisal/negotiation stages and into contract.

Requirements

Identify new business opportunities in line with the organisation’s Growth Strategy, creating relationships with land agents, developers, local authorities, public land owners, and any other key stakeholders. Responsibility for approved abortive costs and approved scheme budgets where progressing committed schemes Undertake financial appraisals on mixed tenure developments in line with internal procedures. Liaise with key internal teams and external consultants to ensure accurate inputs. Oversee the instruction of consultants, negotiation of terms and the supplier on-boarding process. Be responsible for budget tracking and first stage authorisation of invoices, in accordance with internal procedures. Manage project teams, including consultants and solicitors, to ensure individual projects are secured and internal procedures and policies. Manage projects through the planning process, including negotiation of Section 106 agreements. Communicate and consult with internal stakeholders regarding potential developments in accordance with internal procedures. Ensure project risk registers are reviewed and risk mitigated at appropriate frequencies Prepare and provide verbal and written reports for committees and directors as required Liaise closely with the Construction team to ensure projects are passed over in an orderly fashion with a fully updated audit file. Manage project records, scheme cash flows and key documents in line with internal procedures and legislative requirements. Respond to queries and actions raised by senior members of the New Business Team Assist senior management team in fostering a continuous improvement culture, operating a quality management system, and developing innovation within the wider team. Education:

Bachelors Degree or equivalent experienceKnowledge and skills required:

Good understanding of property development and funding Experience of obtaining land for development across a range of projects Understanding of affordable housing and Homes England/GLA procedures Excellent negotiation skills Knowledge of a range of financial modelling methods High level of numeracy skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Experience required:

Managing projects through the acquisition and planning process Financial appraisals Managing commercial negotiations Presenting to senior directors and approval committees Benefits

£54,000 per annum and benefits including 10% pension contribution

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